It’s that season when there are so many things to get done, you may be skipping your sleep! With shift work, overtime, families, school, getting called to come in early, and other interruptions, it can be a real challenge to get enough quality sleep if you’re a nurse.
And it is important to understand why continuing to plan for and develop good sleep habits is critical. It is connected to a strong immune system, a happier mood, less tension, safe driving, better productivity at work, and your own sense of wellbeing; not to mention, a skinny waistline.
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